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>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose in new york. norah o'donnell is in washington. jobless report just came out. it shows a growing number of americans are getting back to work. >> the numbers are much better than economists predicted. it's sure to become an issue in the presidential race. >> rebecca jarvis has the numbers and what they mean. >> good morning, charlie. >> what are the numbers? >> the big headline here is the big surprise, the unemployment rate dropped to 7.8%, the first time we've been below 8% since january of 2009. 114,000 new jobs created in the month of september. >> norah? >> rebecca, that's a huge drop, better than expected as you point out. how -- what happened to cause that drop? >> well, this is where the economists are really looking into the number right now, because one of the big reasons behind this number being 7.8% right now is a big increase in the number of people who involuntarily took on part-time work. that number went from 8 million people to 8.6 million people in the month of september. there are both pros an
? that is a charlie gasparino question. charlie is not cheap. i just want to add that in their. lori: he always buys drinks for people. you are looking at the dollar against its major trading partner. it is pretty flat. back with more after this. ♪ when we got married. i had three kids. and she became the full time mother of three. it was soccer, and ballet, and cheerleading, and baseball. those years were crazy. so, as we go into this next phase, you know, a big part of it for us is that there isn't anything on the schedule. ♪ >> at 21 minutes p hour i am laura ingle with your fox news minute. the government expects the number of death to decline because many of the wounded are in critical condition. serious government blames rubbles. voting takes place in chicago today. last month features of more than 600 school ended a strike after union delegates discussed a contract and voted overwhelmingly to suspend the lockout. the results could be known tonight or tomorrow. next time you have a killer headache, think about this guy. he has created a record by breaking 18 coconut with his head in 18 sec
, norahad h and charlie and to our viewers in the west. this is the only presidential debate out here in the west. mitt romney last night owned it. if you have any doubt, look at this morning's denver post of the swing state here, colorado, saying he may have changed the dynamics of this race. >> under the president's policies, middle income americans have been buried. they're just being crushed. >> it was an energized mitt romney taking direct aim at the president's economic policies and offering a sharply different approach. >> we know that the path we're taking is not working. it's time for a new path. >> romney came into the night with polls showing most voters thought the president would win. he clearly exceeded expectations. cbs news poll of uncommitted voters shows by a 2-1 margin, romney had won. 56% said their opinion of romney changed for the better. yet 13% said that of the president. he was especially effective in criticizing the president's policies and defending his own proposals. >> he has been running on this tax plan for 18 months. now, five weeks before the election,
protective services. >>> welcome to cbs this morning, i'm charlie rose in new york. norah o'danell in new york. israel's prime minister is sending the world a clear warning. on thursday, he said that iran will have enough enriched uranium by next summer to start making nuclear weapons by next summer. >> the two leaders will speak on the phone. netanyahu met with hillary clinton on thursday. margaret brennan watched the speech at the united nations. good morning. >> good morning, charlie, the israeli prime minister made a very public appeal to the u.n. to set a firm ultimatum to stop iran's nuclear development. he put pressure on the obama administration to take a tougher tone weeks ahead of the u.n. general election. >> israel's rhetorical red line. >> a red line should be drawn right here. >> became a literal one as prime minister benjamin netanyahu took to the u.n. general assembly with a red marker and a chart that says is iran's progress toward a nuclear weapon. >> red lines prevent war and faced with a clear red line, iran will back down. >> the prime minister's speech put in stark r
to give you a sense of what is coming. charlie will be up in a moment and he will give you his take on last night's debate and give us some colorful insight on what we can expect between now and november and possible outcomes for november. he will be joined by two guests, who will join him to offer their perspective on the debate and also the upcoming elections. we are grateful to all of our participants this morning. and it will take questions, so please think about what you will ask. we also invite you to join the conversation via twitter. we welcome your thoughts and insights to their as well. if he would not mind silencing your cell phones, it would help us immensely. we are able to gather under the generosity of united technologies. it is a diversified company comprised of several well-known brands known to many of you. utc has been a wonderful partner with national journal. they also a partner with us on congressional connection poll, which we conduct while congress is in session to get a sense of what is going on outside of washington and bring that news here. you can be info
to charlie evans at 8:30 eastern time. and then it is your money, your vote. we'll start the countdown to the first presidential tee batd, that is on wednesday night. we'll be turning to a pair of political strategists in the next half hour for a preview. plus a cnbc exclusive, julia boars sten catching up with sheryl sandberg. including just how many people put everything about themselves online. >> does it scare that you you've helped create a generation of oversharers? >> i think what we give is people the ability to share what they want. what is one person's ridiculous oversharing is another person's regular day and we build technology that lets users share what they want to share and that's tremendously exciting. >> julia will join us with more of that conversation coming up at 7:30. and we'll find out why craig barrett is not a facebook fan. and in sports news, yes, europe has retained the ryder cup. staging a comeback after the u.s. began sunday with a big lead. europe has won five of the last six matches. this was a heartbreak for anyone watching this. we'll talk more about tha
organized political force. >> rose: muti and miliband when we continue. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. >> rose: additional funding provided by these funders. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. rose. >> rose: riccardo muti is here, he is one of the world's great conductors and led some of the best orchestras, including the vienna philharmonic, he is currently music director o director of the chicago symphony orchestra, critics and audiences alike have been dazed and charmed which the intensity, the technique, the emotion that he and his musicians bring. here is a look at a performance of verdi requiem. ♪ .. ♪ ♪ >> rose: muti and the chicago symphony orchestra in new york, to open the season at carnegie hall on october 3rd, they are performing orff's carmina burana, i am happy to have mastery i are back at this table, when you are conducting what are you thinking about? what is going through your head are you hearing the music instantaneously in your head that you know the score or what
. lori: that is a good point. i think charlie gasparino is standing by with his latest report. inc. of america, i guess this is more interesting to charlie, at least. the bank with a 3.5 million in charges. bank of america says this is not an admission of guilt. the settlement was reached to eliminate the uncertainties. melissa: the latest news from bank of america that pain is still being felt from the collapse of 2008. charlie gasparino is first to report on thain. charlie: he cannot sell it. why can't he felt it? cit is a pretty risky operation. the banks are under regulation by the fed. they cannot really fit. cit, let's go through a little history. it is very controversial. it went belly up or with heading towards belly up during the financial crisis. received a $2.3 billion bailout good then filed bankruptcy. then they screwed the taxpayers. john thain took it over after that when he left merrill lynch. he is not trying to sell it. he cannot sell it. what he did yesterday, this is a game of cat and mouse, when you tell everybody you want to sell something, they think you are
farlane joked he hopes organizers don't find out he hosted charlie sheen's roast. >>> adele is debuting "skyfall" this weekend. >>> 36-year-old drew barrymore who got married in june has given birth to a baby girl named olive. >>> oprah winfrey tops this year's "forbes" list of women, earning $165 million between may 2011 and may 2012. >> is own doing that well? >> well, her magazine. >> everything. >>> taylor swift tells "glamour" magazine her ex, john mayer, is being presumptuous in thinking her song is about him. he thought the song was cheap and humiliating. >> she doesn't want to admit it was about him, because then she'd be accused of being cruel and mean. >>> i'm lynn berry. this is "first look" on msnbc, but stay tuned "way too early with willie geist" starts right now. >>> five weeks till election day, and one day until the first presidential debate where swing state polls show mitt romney has to start making his move. the question is, will we be talking about a different race when we wake up 48 hours from now? >>> scott brown and elizabeth warren had their second massachusetts senate d
ceremony. he joked he hopes organizers don't find out he also hosted the charlie sheen roast. >> i think the audience will be very nervous. >>> well, adele can add bond girl to her resume. she's going to debut the theme to the latest bond film "skyfall" this friday at 007 london time. >> she got her voices back. >> she came back a while ago though. >>> 37-year-old drew barrymore who got married in june has given birth to a little girl named olive. >>> oprah winfrey tops this year's "forbes" list of highest paid women earning $165 million between may 2011 and may 2012. >>> and finally, taylor swift. she is telling her ex john mayer is being presumptuous by thinking the song "dear john" is about him. in june mayer told "rolling stone" that that song was cheap and humiliating. it's always a clue when the name is in the song. did he date a lot of johns? >> i don't know. >> i think she needs to have somebody else write her songs. >> you're a little sour on taylor swift. she's the innocent one. >> don't kiss and tell, taylor. >> this comes from a new york dog hotel. four-legged guests reside i
you so moment for chris christie. norah and charlie. >> we go to political director john dickerson. he's also in denver. john, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> exactly how does this change the dynamics of the race? >> reporter: well, conservatives who were worried about romney, not sure if he was on kind of a long term slide are now very excited. it means mitt romney doesn't have to deal with those money folks who he's been having to settle down. that takes care of. they are very excited. it gives rommie a second look from folks who are just tuning in. it corrects the public narrative for him. those are both good thing. the real question is can this stick trom any. can he take advantage of this successful performance going forward. >> and, john, what about president obama's performance? you know, there was no mention of the 47%, no mention of bain, no mention of women's health care and obama care. did obama leave his greatest hits on the cutting room floor? >> reporter: i think he did. what mitt romney did successfully he was able to press the case against the president whil
ceremony. he hopes organizers don't find out that he also hosted the charlie sheen roast. that may not help. >>> well, adele can add bond girl to her resume. she'll debut it at 007 london time. >>> 37-year-old drew berry more has given birth to a little girl named olive. >>> oprah winfrey tops the list earning $165 million between may 2011 and may 2012. >>> and finally, taylor swift. she keeps outdoing herself. she tells glamor magazine her exjohn mayer is being presumptuous thinking that her song dear john is about him. she never discloses that information. in june mayer told rolling stone that that song was cheap and humiliating. >> she's like a magician. she doesn't want to give up her secret. >> it's like when you put his name in the song. >> do you think she minimized the dating pool that she could potentially -- do you think some guys would be nervous to date her? >> absolutely terrified. it's like would it be worth it? >> yeah. that weather man bill song she's coming out with, brutal. >> the weather man bill song. number one on itunes. i predict that. >>> this comes to us from new yo
morning. why this resurgence? >> you know there's something ironic here, charlie which is you have to watch out what you watch for. events in pakistan have become so dangerous in al qaeda because of the drone strikes and the ability to locate them and take them out. a lot of al qaeda members because there's very little command and control left within the organization have found their way back to afghanistan and to the taliban who can put them to work and as we just heard from lara logan's taliban interviewee, they are doing that. >> and bringing skills they don't have. >> that's right. at a much higher level, honed after years of practice. >> we had these attacks over the weekend and again this morning. at the white house, john brennan who is the head of the counterterrorism said as recently as april al qaeda is a shadow of itself, morale is low. al qaeda was decimated in afghanistan. does that still hold true? >> it's all true. and i think one of the problems we have is we want all the lines to be neat. we want the taliban to be in their box and al qaeda to be in their box and sam
: that was mitt romney. our first guest on the program today is congressman charlie rangel, democrat from new york. great to see you. everybody is asking this question in all seriousness, what happened to the president last night? >> i walked on the street this morning, people think i talk with the president on a regular basis, hey congressman, what happened? hey charlie, what happened last night? connell: we have another question congressman, what happened to your microphone? hold on a second. now it is back on. >> everyone is asking that same basic question, what happened? he certainly was not on his game. he certainly wasn't prepared for a guy that had no regard for the facts, but really took charge. what mitt romney has done many politicians have done. when you're not in charge of the facts, just take over. we have an expression in law school, when you don't have the facts or the law with you, raise your voice. and he just took over, ran over the moderator, ran over the president, and the president just looked like he was holding him in utter contempt. i'm surprised the president didn't look a
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♪ >> stephanie: 24 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. charlie pierce coming up from esquire.com, he just wrote a piece from new hampshire which apparently is a battleground state, however, president obama is up 54%. not very battlegroundy. and elizabeth warren did very well last night in the debate. did you see the senator told. they are like who is your favorite supreme court justice, he is not scalia? [ booing ] >> stephanie: i was looking for dr. flornharn. >> justice chastro. >> stephanie: i don't even really know who they are. but "politico" wrote a piece the parallel universe that now mitt romney leads all of the polls. because the polls are all wrong. >> of course. >> stephanie: lee in mississippi. hi, lee. >> caller: hi stephanie. i listen to you on occasion but just was curious about what your response was -- or would be to president obama's response to the attack that occurred on american embassy, and his decision to go on television that night basically as -- i think his comment was, i'm just here for eye candy. and
go under. >>guest: it is impossible. >>neil: charlie gasparino, thank you. >> in the meantime, for now, we are grateful that g.e. cap dallas and a.i.g. are not tanking just yet just as we are thankful the economic numbers are not soaring. the last few years that has been the drill: celebrateing today with spending numbers that remain not off the charts but they had us off the map. and a shrug to the latest g.d.p. news. it russia returning. but there is still a plus sign. steve moore has had enough. the best selling author says we should not be settling for recovery that is, a muddling. but we do, don't we? that is the dynamic. >>guest: i agree. one of the things that is disappointing about the election, i like the way that president obama ran four years ago when he ran on hope and change. now what he is running on is, this is the best we can do, america. we contrasted that, by the way, in our editorial this morning, with john f. kennedy in 1960 running against the eisenhower and nixon economy. at that time the economy was growing 2.5 to 3 percent and john f. kennedy famously s
romney. all the losers, all the trirve balance stuff -- trivial stuff. >> charlie rose joins us live. can't wait to see who's going to be on this morning. >> good morning. i hope you watched that debate. also this morning we'll talk about the hits and the misses and the facts from the debate. a cbs news poll of uncommitted voters shows romney won by a 2- 1 margin. we'll look at whether the faceoff was a game changing moment. plus this. how big bird and body language and the moderator set the tone. we'll show you how focused groups of undecided voters reacted as the debate unfolded. that and more when we see you at 7:00. >> it will be an interesting look. poor elmo and big bird. >> we know where your sentiments are. >>> let's go now to kristin fisher in our satellite center. she has more on what the candidates said during last night's debate. >> reporter: if you wanted a real nitty gritty substantive debate, this was it. the candidates used lots of numbers. they were deep in the weeds and all the issues. and they really at times their message was almost tough to follow unless you're a real
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the internals were on the ism. i talked to charlie evans this morning. he was one of the advocates of what we're calling the q.e. infinity program, the idea of keeping your foot on the accelerator, the central bank keeping its foot on the accelerator as long as employment remained above 7%. just a little background, the fed did not go with evans' specific proposal but did create an open-ended quantitative easing. so i asked him, how open-ended is it? what happens at the end of this year when operation twist ends? what happens to additions to the balance sheet? here's what he said. >> i frankly think it's going to take almost a year in order to see the type of improvement in labor markets that i'm expecting, just getting through the first half of next year with the headwinds that we're facing. i think that it's probably later in 2013 that we would get there. so in my opinion, we'd continue with those asset purchases until we see payroll employment more like 200,000, 250,000. >> continue at $85 billion into all of 2013? >> this is my recommendation. >> it's important to parse it just a little b
term investors, cash and treasuries are dead money for a long time to come. that's what charlie evans basically told us yesterday. that's the message. you need to be looking for those high yield, high growth areas. >> mathematics of bonds just aren't there. >> we're at a search for yield. we're in a search for yield. gentlemen, thank you very much. talk with you soon. we appreciate your time tonight. we'll see you, guys. the federal reserve may have fueled a third quarter rally for sure, but the central bank's easing did have some unintended consequences. >> maria, while the market rallies, capital markets activities still lagged for much of the third quarter, according to final numbers. global m&a activity down. while that might not seem like a huge slide, it is when you know it was bolstered by aig's jumbo $20 billion secondary stock sale in august that comprised a third of the year's activity. the number of ipos is also down. cut more than in half from the same period last year. what the fed has done is juiced the high yield market, driving a record buying spree for junk bond at yi
was with charlie cook last night. he is one of the political and gnostic hitters around you, and charlie famously said something back that is present obama is related it will be to spite the economy if governor romney is elected it will be despite his campaign. and i think that is playing out right now. and i think part of it is this 50.1% attitude. i think the other thing, governor romney i think grew up in a privileged environment. just like i want to get my daughter all i can come his father wanted to do the same take. mccain was somewhat isolated with the schools and elite i think sort of thinking along the way. and i think he also, his parents instilled upon him that because of those privileges he had responsibility. and that is what you might say class had responsibility to give back and to be a leader later. so i think he wants to be president because he wants to make good decisions. he wants to, with circumstance brought before him as ambassador said, he wants to reorganize the government so it's a vision. but unlike bill clinton who could tell you 137 things he wanted to get done, i do t
, "smashed" an alcoholic school teacher decide to get sober. >> the plot, the couple, kate, charlie, they share a lot of things but maybe their common bond is drinking. she decides to get sober. leads to a series of event. an intimate look at their relationship and family life. joining us to talk more about the movie, getting a ton of great press and good buzz, one and only director of the movie james ponsoldt. thank you for being here. >> appreciate you having me. >> good to have a live human on "insomniac theater." what was the motivation for the movie? >> "smashed" started as a conversation between myself and susan burke, co-writer, sharing stories of things we had done when we were drunk if i have a lot. she has more the a wonderfully hilarious comedian, sober, stopped drinking in her early 20s. going to aa. experiences events were inspired by her own life. >> you have an all-star cast. >> yeah, really amazing cast. we have aaron paul, mary elizabeth winsett, nick offerman, megan mulaney. who is his wife who everyone knows as well as mary kay place who everyone knows. >> how did
situation this morning. >> good morning megan and charlie. that fire has shut down fleet street that's going to be right between broadway and south m. street. stick with eastern avenue as the alternate route. we have several to watch out for. trouble on route 295 where there's a crash right along the northbound lanes at 695. you will want to expect heavy delays on the beltway. that west side jammed from 795 down to route 40. here's what the beltway looks like in parkville at harford road. inner loop jammed down to 95 and that outer loop extremely slow all the way up to providence road. that's a look at your traffic. now here's lynette charles with a look at the forecast. good morning lynette. >>> good morning lauren. and we're dealing with wet weather out there this morning. maryland's most powerful radar picking up son only showers -- on some showers from harford county into virginia. it will be scattered showers as we go throughout the day, also going to get some sunshine in here before it's all said and done. don't worry about that. but grab the rain gear out and about. we're looking at t
. that is charlie bass as well. let's give them a round of applause. [applause] friends, we have a big trees to make. -- we have a big choice to make. this is not your ordinary election. we are not just deciding who will be the next president for four years. we are deciding what kind of country we will have and what kind of people we will be for a generation. this is a high-stakes election. if we have four more years like the last four years, we continue stagnation. the choice is very clear. do we want a dynamic, growing economy that fosters opportunity or do we want a stagnant economy that fosters dependency? that is not who we are. we want to live free and prosper. we want to believe. [applause] when president obama came into office, he inherited a tough situation. the problem is the obama economic agenda failed, not because it was stopped. it failed because it was passed. do not forget this. he came into office with the ability to pass anything of his choosing. he did that. remember the stimulus? remember the idea that if we borrow $831 billion and spend it on pet projects and interest groups, th
. >> steve liesman has an interview with chicago fed president charlie evans on "squawk box." whether comments from fed officials be able to swing things around bearing in mind we've basically committed now every month to spending whatever it takes? >> no, i think they're committed. we want to hear essentially getting to congress a message that says our job is done. it's now up to you to make sure that fiscal policy sets a growth agenda that makes sense. that's what's missing in this equation. >> jack, good to see you. thanks for that. if you see any slightly bruised and feeling worse for themselves european golf fans, just point them to bed or something. we'd appreciate that. thanks for that, jack. good to see you. that's it, we'll leave and you look at u.s. futures. coming up next, "squawk box." we hope you have a profitable day. #. >>> welcome to the first day of the fourth quarter. factory data out of europe, what are calling an inevitable new recession. in the u.s., investors are preparing for friday's jobs report and barack obama and mitt romney are hunkering down for debate pre
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: charlie gasparino. connell: down a little bit today to talk about the presidential election into detail including some new polling. but the prime minister taking center stage and he called for a clear red line on iran's nuclear program, take a listen. >> lady an lady and gentleman, e relevant question is not when iran will get the bomb, the relevant question is at what stage can we know longer stop iran from getting the bomb. the redline must be drawn on iran's nuclear enrichment program because these enrichment facilities are the only nuclear institutions that we can definitely see an incredibly target. connell: we're joined by israel's former ambassador to the united nations. thank you for coming in, we appreciate it. the redline comments that prime minister benjamin netanyahu just articulated, it appears that he pulled back a little bit from the imminent threat dialogue that have been taking place before that and push off this threat maybe next summer as opposed to the next few months. i bring that up because all this is happening in the midst of our own presidential election, what d
was with charlie cook last night. he is one of the political pronounced dictators around here and charlie famously said sometime back that as president above is reelected it will be despite the economy. if governor one you selected will be despite his campaign. and i think that is playing out right now. i think part of it is this 50.1% attitude. i think the other thing, governor romney icing grew up in a privileged environment, just like i want to give my daughter all he can come his father wanted to do the same period became somewhat isolated with the schools and with an elite sort of thinking along the way. i think also his parents instilled upon him there because of those privileges he had a responsibility and his culture might say, class, had a responsibility to give back and to be a leader. so i think he wants to be president because it wants to make good decisions. he wants with the circumstances brought before a comic he wants to we organize the government said that it is efficient. but unlike bill clinton, who could tell you 137 things you want us to get done, i don't think governor romney
i think that is telling. i was with charlie cook last night. one of the prognosticators around here. charlie famously set some time back that if president obama is reelected it will be despite the economy. if governor romney gets elected it will be despite his campaign. and i think that is playing out right now, and that the part of it is this 50 percent attitude. i think the other thing, governor romney, i think he grew up in a privileged environment. just like i want to give my daughter all that i can. his father wanted to do the same. became, you know, was somewhat isolated with the schools. i think sort of thinking along the way. and i think he also, his parents instill upon them that because of those privileges he had a responsibility. and that is, what you might say, class and the responsibility to give back and to, you know, to be a leader. and so i think he wants to be president because he wants to make good decisions. he once said, with the circumstances as the ambassador said, he wants to reorganize the government so that it's efficient. but unlike bill clinton who could t
as excited as this? it was the weigh in that answered charlie brown's age old question. >> oh, great pumpkin, where are you? >> there it is. the scale tips 2,009 pounds. ron wallace ended up in the arms of his fellow giant pumpkin growers at the fair in massachusetts. a one-ton pumpkin is equivalent to the four-minute mile. that from 2006 when he last broke the record. the one-ton pumpkin is named a freak 2. it came from the seed of the freak 1, which tie died on the vine last year. the freak 2 won a $5,50 prize, plus a bonus. wa wallace was growing giant pumpkins is addictive. >> put one of these in the ground and get hooked, never grow back to growing vegetables again. >> it may be biggest pumpkin, wouldn't win a beauty content instead of being around and round. look more like a globe of fat. why did he look so homely? >> it's genetics. they grow at such a quick pace, they get distorted. >> for now, it's an object of admiration. eventually, it will probably be carved. >> breeding giant pumpkins is like horse racing. >> the freak 2's seeds could sell anywhere from 200 to $3,000 per seed to
them. folks wanting the early vote. in 2008, they have 14 days, and charlie crist actually extending early voting hours to allow more to cast ballots. the republicans changed that law in 2011 and said now you only have eight days to vote. early voting in person voting doesn't start until october 27th and goes through the final friday before the election. democrats say, hey, we want to vote on that final sunday. it's a big turnout day for african-americans, republicans say we want to have the fairest and fraud-free election so we need that break in between for the end of early voting. >> so eight days peel have to early vote in florida. what's the turnout been like in florida? >> well, it -- the turnout is going to be interesting to see, actually. in 2008, more than half of the ballots cast for the presidential election were cast before election day. so you have this really interesting thing of you have, you know, barack obama and then john mccain coming, barn storming through the state where a lot of votes were already cast. we're expecting a similar picture in 2012. obviously florid
. >> yesterday, we had a little bit of charlie come through. >> rainstorm i icarus. >> the a.l. east still looking at a game today, the yankees beating the rhett sox in the 12th inning last night the orioles winning too. they remain one game behind thation. there's a tie in the a.l. west between the texas rangers and oakland athletics. whoever wins today clinches. wildcard matches are on friday and the division series starts saturday. >> dan you do a great job here. i know you're going to go reward yourself. [ laughter ] >> just kidding. >> i know you're going to go reward yourself with a baseball game today. >> yeah, going to see the nationals take on the phillies. >> i'm going to see something controversial in america. i don't like watching baseball on television. i love going to baseball games. a game is the most fun social event, you can get a beer, a hotdog, hang out watch the game, it's so enjoyable. at home. >> i also get a beer and make some food, i sit back and put my legs up on the coffee table. i don't have to deal with getting to and from the stadium. >> i hear what you're sayi
of his pickup truck blarin charlie daniels yellin, "turn it up!" they raised her up a lady but there's one thing they couldn't avoid ladies love country boys (you know its true) yeah, you know momma's and daddy's want better for their daughters hope they'll settle down with a doctor or a lawyer in their uptown, ball gown, hand-me-down royalty they never understand why their princess falls for some camouflage britches and a southern boy drawl or why she's ridin in the middle of a pickup truck blarin hank jr. yellin, "turn it up!" they raised her up a lady but there's one thing they couldn't avoid ladies love country boys ♪ (oooh, get country with it) you can train 'em you can try to teach 'em right from wrong but it's still gonna turn 'em on when they go ridin in the middle of a pickup truck blarin lynyrd skynyrd yellin, "turn it up!" you can raise her up a lady but there's one thing you jus can't avoid ladies love country boys they love us country boys ooooooh yeah it's that country thing you know ♪ [crowd singing] that is better than i expected. thank you. come out to the barn.
charlie broughten will join us live in the next hour and check in with melanie who is getting a look at the new merchandise we told you about at modell's. got to go to mo's, really. >>> all right. a check of this morning's other top stories. occupy dc protesters will continue their marches today. two protests are planned. a veteran march at noon. and a protest outside the bank of america on vermont and el this eving. yesterday, the group marched from freedom plaza to the commerce building. this week marks the one-year anniversary since the beginning of the protesters encampment at mcpherson square. >>> prince george's county police are asking for the public's help in solving a deadly hit-and-run. the victim has been identified as 55-year-old michael eugene white. police believe that white was walking along silver hill road saturday night around 8:30. when he was hit. police say the car was a white chevy impala that may have front end damage. >> police in frederick, maryland, say they are dealing with a violent crime spike that includes the city's first murder of the year. 36-year-old
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